Call of Duty: Mobile is available on Tuesday 1st October on iOS and Android, and will feature all sorts of content COD fans will love, drawing inspiration from all over the main series.
Call of Duty: Mobile Download
The COD: Mobile devs allow players to register via email to receive updates on the game during the time prior to its release, as well as subsequent content that’ll come out during the game’s life span. You can sign up for COD: Mobile developer updates through their website. You can't currently download Call of Duty: Mobile, but there are ways to sign up to be told when the download becomes available.
We’re keeping up with all the info we can as well, so check out our other pages, including everything we know about Call of Duty: Mobile’s Battle Royale mode and our guide to each map available on the game.
How to download Call of Duty: Mobile on Android and iOS
On Android, you’re able to pre-register and get notified when the game releases. Just go to the Google Play store page and press the Pre-register button and you’ll be reminded on October 1st when the game comes out.
On iPhone, you’ll need to wait until October 1st for the store page to come up, so go back onto the App Store and download it when it’s finally released.
What are the system requirements to run Call of Duty: Mobile?
Call of Duty: Mobile requires a certain level of performance from your mobile device. This’ll differ between Android and iOS users.
Android: Make sure you’ve got a device with at least 2GB of RAM and the Android OS 5.1 or later. Info on how to double check this can be found through Google’s support site.
iPhone: You’ll need to have iOS 9.0 or higher, and details of how to do that can be found on Apple’s support site, as well as one of the more recent versions of the iPhone. Unfortunately, the game is too intensive to be supported by the likes of the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3 and iPod Touch, so be warned that your device might be too outdated to run Call of Duty: Mobile.